As Fourth on Broadway gets underway, some unlikely volunteers help with the preparation. The Sheriff's Inmate Work Program provided 16 minimum-security inmates to help the city of Lubbock with Fourth on Broadway set-up. Along with building stages and helping with audio and lighting set-up, the inmates will also assist with breakdown and clean-up after the celebration is over. Chief Kelly Rowe says the Sheriff's Department hopes the program will teach the inmates life-skills and give them incentive to stay out of jail. Chief Rowe says, "this is one part of the bigger program that provides a benefit not only to us, to the individual inmate themselves, and whoever we're supporting, project by project." Inmates in the program also work throughout the year, doing jobs like cleaning up streets, repairing vehicles at the county garage and landscaping parks.