By 1954, an increasing membership and frequent special events led the club leadership to begin planning for a larger and private space. A 40 by 50 foot plot of land in Silver Shores, a sub-division near the intracoastal that had previously been a mangrove wilderness, was purchased for $2,000.
The construction cost was funded by the sale of ten $1,000 bonds and aggressive fundraising on the part of the membership. Builder Sidney Jones completed the two-bath clubhouse with plumbing and electricity for $12,000. The Grand Opening took place on Saturday, November 24, 1956, one year after the Club was officially chartered. Mayor Brady addressed the members and Rev. Finn gave the blessing.
The new clubhouse allowed the women to broaden the scope of their activities throughout the 1950’s and beyond. The women shared a Come-As-You-Are breakfasts, Christmas bazaars, bridge, musical programs, bingo and fundraising events for charity.