More than 100 area scouts and volunteers showed up at White Bluff’s Veterans Memorial Park Saturday to complete the Eagle Scout service project of Caleb Holman, who died in July following a swimming accident. Caleb’s father, White Bluff Police Chief Mike Holman, told the White Bluff Town Council Tuesday night that eight benches and three trash can receptacles were installed Saturday to complete the project that Caleb had been planning for months to earn his Eagle Scout rank. Volunteers also picked up trash in the park and placed mulch around the trees and flower beds. Holman said scouts not only from Caleb’s Troop 593 but from across the area, as well as church groups, fellow law enforcement personnel and other volunteers participated in the project. Materials for the project were donated by Ace Hardware and White Bluff Hardware, mulch was provided by Buck’s Lawncare and lunch was provided by Carl’s Perfect Pig. Holman thanked the volunteers and the town for “allowing us to do that for him.” Caleb Holman severed his spinal cord in a swimming pool accident July 4 and died five days later. He will be awarded the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest honor in the Boy Scouts of America, posthumously. Mike Holman said volunteers would take care of maintenance and upkeep of the new benches for the next year.