Support the JH Holloway Scholarship Foundation Fundraiser

J.H. Holloway Scholarship Foundation Fundraiser

The Foundation will be having a fundraiser to support the geomatics scholarships that are provided to various educational institutions throughout the year. Tickets will be on sale at the AGM.

Guess how many golf tees. Guess how many seed packets. Guess the many words. Guess the number of jelly beans. Tickets are only $10. Draw will be held April 27th.


About the J.H. Holloway Scholarship Foundation

The foundation was formed in 1975 to commemorate Jack Holloway, our Secretary Treasurer for the years 1941 to 1967.

 During Jack's long, productive and all-encompassing stewardship of the Alberta Land Surveyors' Association, he was the initiator and driving force behind modernizing the Surveys Act, the Land Surveyors Act, the Planning Act, and had considerable input into revisions to the Land Titles Act and the Expropriation Act. He was well known and highly respected in surveying circles across Canada and wrote at least nine articles for The Canadian Surveyor on various topics including "The Discovery of the Longitude," "Northern Alberta Oil Sands and Their Development," and particularly "The Principles of Evidence," which has become a classic in its field and required reading for a proper understanding of the "Surveyor and the Law."  Jack had a lucid polished literary style and a well developed sense of humour. In his younger days he was a regular contributor to Punch in London, England. He wrote a history of the Alberta Land Surveyors' Association and wrote articles and gave lectures on town planning.

Jack Holloway's achievements were many, profound, and lasting.

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The Alberta Land Surveyors' Association (ALSA) is a self-governing professional association legislated under the Land Surveyors Act. The Association regulates the practice of land surveying for the protection of the public and administration of the profession.