Order of Hebe

The Order of Hebe (pronounced Hee-Bee) is Mobile's only group specifically for teenagers and young adults. Think of it as a Mardi Gras Explorers post, where young folks learn all about being part of a mystic society.

Founded in 2010, the Order of Hebe is open to young people 13 to 20 years of age. After a member turns 20, he or she is "released" from OOH and "given opportunities" to join one of the adult organizations, according to Hebe's web site.

The Order of Hebe parades each year and has a ball, with a king and queen. The members are expected to attend meetings and other functions, as well as serve on committees, just like the adult organizations.

The organization's board is made up of adults over 25.

The Order of Hebe will roll on February 16 as the last two floats of the Pharaohs parade. The theme is Hebe's Rock and Roll Fantasy. Their King is Blake Bentley, and Queen is Ann Shepard. First Knight is Zach Bentley, and Lady in Waiting is Sage Bentley.

To see the Mask's exclusive HD video of the 2018 parade, click HERE.

To see the Mask's exclusive gallery of photos from that parade, click on the image below: