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Mary Goetze volunteers for New Leaf New Life, a nonprofit organization that offers services to inmates at the Monroe County Jail, and has served as a Court Appointed Special Advocate. Goetze was one of the women who drove Crafton from the jail to the Lighthouse. A former faculty member at IU's Jacobs School of Music, Goetze helped Crafton and other residents at the Lighthouse write and record songs about their recovery. She also recorded both Crafton and Price reading children's books that were later sent on CDs with a hard copy of the book to Crafton's nephew and Price's children. Nicole Krasean and Nicole Krasean

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Mary Goetze volunteers for New Leaf New Life, a nonprofit organization that offers services to inmates at the Monroe County Jail, and has served as a Court Appointed Special Advocate. Goetze was one of the women who drove Crafton from the jail to the Lighthouse. A former faculty member at IU's Jacobs School of Music, Goetze helped Crafton and other residents at the Lighthouse write and record songs about their recovery. She also recorded both Crafton and Price reading children's books that were later sent on CDs with a hard copy of the book to Crafton's nephew and Price's children.

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