The Boy Scouts of America Eagle Scout badge was presented to the family of Caleb Holman of White Bluff last week as his uniform shirt bore witness to all of the young man’s work to earn scouting’s highest honor. Holman died July 9 following an Independence Day swimming pool accident in which he struck his head jumping into an above-ground pool. At an Eagle Scout ceremony in White Bluff last Thursday, Holman’s parents, White Bluff Police Chief Mike and Becky Holman, accepted their son’s honor on his behalf after Caleb’s fellow troop members, other scouts and volunteers completed his Eagle Scout project. More than 100 volunteers came together Dec. 1 to install eight benches and three trash can receptacles at White Bluff’s Veterans Memorial Park, a project Holman had been planning for months. The 17-year-old had been in scouting since age six and had earned the required 21 merit badges and satisfied all Eagle Scout requirements except for his project. Soon after his death, Caleb’s heart valves, liver, kidneys, skin, corneas and tendons were harvested for organ donations.