In the fall of 2015, 17-year old Nextonvillian Carolyn Lenning funded the expedition to retrieve some of the lost recordings from CBS owned-and-operated television station WTX-TV, channel 6, in Texaville, Ohio. This was the first time she had gone on an expedition without her parents. These lost recordings can now be viewed online, either through the station's official website, its YouTube page, or via the Internet Archive. This lead her to becoming one of the most profitable women in Nextonville, Tennessee, thanks to the Lenning Corporation.
In May of 2013, the Lenning family had previously funded an expedition to retrieve lost station recordings, as Carolyn was only 15. She funded the expedition to hunt down some of the lost recordings from WBSY-TV, channel 9, a Nextonvillian CBS affiliate, and WNXT-TV, channel 6, an NBC affiliate.
By the time Carolyn turned 17, she was old enough to fund the expedition herself. It was fall of 2015, and she chose to fund the expedition to retrieve some of the lost recordings from a station that was somewhere else, other than Nextonville.
Born: February 2, 1998
Birthplace: Fort Wayne, Indiana
Carolyn is one of the most successful Nextonvillian women, even without her parents. She is the sole child of the family who founded the Lenning Family Corporation. Most recently, her mother has funded the expedition to find some of the lost recordings from two Nextonvillian TV stations; WNXT-TV and WBSY-TV.
17-year old Carolyn was born to two parents in Nextonville as their only born child. Carolyn received her permanent glasses in 2004 when her parents decided that her vision was not clear enough.
Age: 7 (2015) 10 (2018)
Born: April 30, 2008
Birthplace: Liquine, Indiana
Date of Joining the Expedition: December 1, 2018 (at 10 years old)
Age: 5 (2015) 9 (2019)
Born: June 6, 2010
Birthplace: Akron, Ohio
Date of Joining the Expedition: July 20, 2019 (at 9 years old)
Age: 20 (2015)
Born: January 6, 1995
Birthplace: Albany, Georgia
- The inaugural broadcast of WTX-TV (as an ABC O&O under the callsign of WTPS-TV; February 13, 1949)
- An episode of WTX-TV's local music and dance program, Funky Figures (September 15, 1977)
- A May 4, 1983 newscast from WTX-TV's local news program, NewsCenter 6.
- Several syndicated broadcasts of WKRP in Cincinnati episodes (1981-86)
- A WTX-TV late night broadcast of the movie The Crawling Eye presented in 3D (October 6, 1982). To promote the broadcast, 3D glasses were given away to viewers at Texaville-area Burger King restaurants.
- An episode of WTX-TV's local public affairs program, Texaville Decides (November 6, 1988).