The Post was responsible for quite a few major accomplishments during its first few years of existence. The Post was instigator of what was known then, as Seguin's White Way. The was the financing and installing of lamp posts around the Court House and Central Park. Legionnaires also fastened bronze memorial plates on the lamp posts honoring the fallen hero's of the country. The Post helped in securing playground equipment for the playground near the old Post Office. The Post was also responsible with the cooperation of the Chamber of Commerce for decorating the streets for the holidays. Every Veteran who passed on was accorded a military funeral. Memorial Day was observed by all Legionnaires. The Boy Scouts were reorganized by the Legionnaires and were sponsored by the Legion until they were able to proceed on their own strength. A local baseball team was also organized.