Here is a nice article about the most recent "kid" from my "tiny minyan" to make Aliyah: "From Nativ to Aliyah"
And here is another article in Hebrew: "Olim article in Hebrew" The paragraph about Sam is the fourth one down which starts with "Gam Shmuel...." The Hebrew of that paragraph is mostly pretty basic. (It's the only part of the article that I cared enough about to push myself to try to read.)
Two other couples from that minyan have daughters who now live in Israel. It's a pretty large percentage of the minyan progeny considering that the entire membership consists of only a dozen couples and few single people, and the children of two of the families are only babies through school age, so they are not yet even old enough to be on their own. Furthermore, there have also been a few families from the minyan that have made Aliyah, so the percentage goes way up if you count their kids too.
A few weeks ago, I attended a special Shabbat service and kiddush luncheon sponsored by Sam's parents. His father made a short speech and surprised me by expressing their anxieties about their son's choice even while they are also incredibly proud and ultimately supportive. I had thought that since Sam's father had been in the IDF himself, he would be less worried about it, but I guess it is very different when it is your own son and you see it through the more cautious and protective eyes of parents rather than as a bold young man.