CULTURE

Thomas and Bonnie Miller with the children at ELEPAP

A picture is worth a thousand words. In this case US Ambassador Thomas Miller and his wife Bonnie are showing their interest in children with disabilities and their admiration for those who care for them daily. Bonnie Miller, a psychologist by profession, accompanied her husband on a visit to the Greek Association for the Protection and Rehabilitation of Children with Disabilities (ELEPAP) center in Pangrati, where they were received by its president, Mary Karella-Diamantopoulou, and members of the board. They were taken on a tour of the center, founded in 1937, and observed the children who receive therapy and training there. Novabank to buy Sitebank shares. Turkey’s Savings and Deposits Insurance Fund said yesterday it had agreed to sell shares in Sitebank, a small bank with 13 branches held in state receivership, to Greece-based Novabank. The fund said in a statement that Novabank would complete its work to purchase Sitebank’s shares by January 11. The fund provided no other details, including how much Novabank would pay for the shares of Sitebank. (Reuters)