Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary
"Danced in 2016... Check
Had a blast... Check
Asked to Dance in 2019... Check
CO's approval... Check
Crazy dance partner... Check
Dancing shoes... Check
I am ready to dance the night away again!
I honestly cannot think of a better way to spend my time than supporting the DMMF and DWTS911.
I last danced in 2016 as the first Royal Canadian Navy couple to participate and now at the 10th anniversary I am back!
Since 2016 I have sailed on board vessels in the Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Arctic Ocean and the Great Lakes.
Now the seas have shifted and I find myself back in London with fair winds and following seas that have lead me to the Hellenic Community Center on November 2nd 2019.
This year I am joined by the amazing and talented Robyn Millson.. I mean "Robyn St.Jacques" from the Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary Unit 544.
It just so happens that she was just married to my boss and good friend PO2 Scott St.Jacques from HMCS Prevost.
I had the privilege of watching Robyn bust some sick moves at her wedding and I can't wait to see what we can do together to bring home the glory to the Navy and Coast Guard.
Well that was long winded, but I will see you all November 2nd!! (As long as Scott doesn't get me first)"
Coast Guard Auxiliary
"My name is Robyn Millson and I am a registered nurse at London Health Sciences Center in London ONT. I spent 5 summers working Search and Rescue with the Canadian Coast Guard inshore rescue boat program while completing two university degrees at Western University.
I recently married PO2 Scott StJacques from Prevost Navy unit in London. Together we volunteer with the Orange Apex Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary search and rescue unit out of Port Stanley. In my off time I enjoy playing competitive hockey and being with family and friends. I can’t wait to show off our new dance moves to support a wonderful cause! "