The Inverness Woman's Club was active during WWI, forming a committee for the Red Cross and rolled bandages as well as knitted sweaters, scarves and lay covers for the servicemen. They planted oak trees at the grammar school, naming them for Inverness boys in the Armed Services. The Junior/Senior Prom was held here in 1945. The Inverness Woman's Club organized the first PTA in Citrus County, and furnished a room in the late 1950's for the newly build Citrus Memorial Hospital. Woman's Club community services included aiding meals on wheels, Citrus United Basket, Inverness Care Center, Hacienda Girl's Ranch, Girl and Boy Scouts, Red Cross, Cancer Society, Heart Association and All Children's Hospital.
George Derewenko and Linda Bega purchased the building in 1999. At the time of the historic plaque dedication in October 2004, Landmark Realty occupied it.