Cindy Hall, star of the CBS series Survivor, will be returning to her hometown of Maysville, Kentucky for a benefit dinner to support the Humane Society of Buffalo Trace. Hall, who was a zookeeper before gaining celebrity status on the show Survivor, has always considered animals to be closest to her heart and says that she will do anything she can to support them. The Humane Society was formed about six months ago to provide services to the community while protecting animals. Also at the benefit will be Cindy's sister Mindy Hall, who appeared in an episode where the survivors were allowed to see a family member, and Rodger Bingham, who appeared in "Survivor: The Australian Outback." The benefit dinner will be held, Feb. 2 at Caproni's on the River, beginning at 6 p.m. Dinner is $40 a person with proceeds going to the humane society. Tickets can be purchased at Caproni's, Colonial Heights Veterinary Clinic and Town and Country Veterinary Clinic. Humane society President Rebecca Cartmell said tickets can be purchased from the society's board members. She may be contacted at 606-584-3431.