The Jobbie Nooner is an event that began in the 1980s. Auto workers who called themselves “jobbies”, would pick a Friday and take off work at noon to party at Gull Island (Lake St. Clair, Michigan) for the day. The event was originally time to coincide with the late Lee Wagner's birthday, but eventually grew to become a bigger celebration.  The party now occurs twice a year.
The event keeps growing and in 2010 it attracted 10,000 people.
- "10,000 boaters party at Jobbie Nooner". Detroit News. Retrieved 2010-06-26.
- Lee Wagner obituary
- "Jobbie Nooner 2010 date, history, pictures and route details". merinews. Retrieved 2010-06-25.
- "Jobbie Nooner 2010 draws thousands of boats". Detroit Free Press. Retrieved 2010-06-25.[dead link]
- "Official 2013 dates" "For official dates, pictures and more information about Jobbie Nooner"
- "10,000 boaters party at Jobbie Nooner", The Detroit News, June 26, 2010.
- "Jobbie Nooner 2010 draws thousands of boats", Detroit Free Press, June 25, 2010
- "Jobbie Nooner 2010 a party to remember", Providing News
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